The Ioway, 1862

The Ioway, 1862

Time Frame: 1862

The Ioway Indians (also called Iowa Indians) lived in Iowa before European-American settlers arrived in the 1830s. They lived in villages along major rivers such as the Mississippi and the Missouri. Washington, D.C., 1862.
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